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Poster: lauzaucpa Date: Mar 22, 2006 10:49pm
Forum: ap_courses Subject: How do I get started?

It seems that one must FTP these files to one's own computer? Is this correct? If so, then what? How does one start the program?

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Poster: Administrator, Curator, or Stafftracey pooh Date: Mar 23, 2006 1:02am
Forum: ap_courses Subject: Re: How do I get started?

I'm not sure for every course/item,
but for example, look at this one:
http://www.archive.org/details/AP_Calculus_AB_Lesson_01

in lefthand side is link
"Click Here To Begin Lesson"
there are also links to the "raw" files that can be
downloaded to your machine via "HTTP" (as well as "FTP").

hope that helps!
-tracey, webmaster

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Poster: lauzaucpa Date: Mar 23, 2006 4:58am
Forum: ap_courses Subject: Re: How do I get started?

Thanks, I see the link to container.html there, and in the AP History course there are a series of interactive media links for each topic. Beautiful! But in the AP American Government course there's no link! When I look at the files to download, I can't find a 'starting point' for the presentation either. Help!
http://www.archive.org/details/AP_US_Government_Lesson_01

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Poster: Xaero Chang Date: Apr 27, 2006 12:42am
Forum: ap_courses Subject: Re: How do I get started?

I tried it this way, and succeed.

1st, click "View all files: HTTP FTP" on the left side of the page, either http or ftp will be ok. While I suggest you click HTTP, in which way you can view it in the Internet Explorer later.

2nd, You will come to the page with a list of html and related files. download all to your computer or simply click the files with the extension file name being 'htm' or 'html'. then your can open it in your browser

ps: I would like to introduce your to Mozilla FireFox or Opera to view the page,which could be much more convenient then IE and what is more they are FREE!